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front mount cultivator for an 8N

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KL in Wi

11-01-2010 14:10:04
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Just wondering if anyone has heard of this. I have one. Anyway that's what my dad said it is. Said he bought it with his new 52 8N. I asked him years ago to show me how it mounted but, that never happened. I can't find any brackets that look like they go with it. There are two pipes on each side of the tractor that look like they go from the front to rear axles. There is a link that looks like it goes from the three point arms past your legs and to a pivot point between the floor boards and front axle. The shovel and shank do not raise and lower, they pivot 90 degrees. There is only one shovel on each side of the row and you still use the one on the three point hitch to take care of what the front didn't get. I would like to get this mounted and maybe take it to a couple shows. Other than the one I have, I have never seen or heard of one. If anyone has any information or literature, I would sure appreciate it if you would help me out on this. Thanks

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KL in Wi

11-04-2010 05:36:30
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 Re: front mount cultivator for an 8N in reply to KL in Wi, 11-01-2010 14:10:04  
Thanks for all the replies but, these are nothing like the one that I have. I'll have to keep looking. Thanks



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lha

11-02-2010 03:15:15
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 Re: front mount cultivator for an 8N in reply to KL in Wi, 11-01-2010 14:10:04  
Both of those look like they'd be real handy.Looks like you'd save a lots of cricks in your neck,looking back to see how you're doing.---lha



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TheOldHokie

11-01-2010 14:49:42
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 Re: front mount cultivator for an 8N in reply to Danny in CO, 11-01-2010 14:10:04  

KL in Wi said: (quoted from post at 17:10:04 11/01/10) Just wondering if anyone has heard of this. I have one. Anyway that's what my dad said it is. Said he bought it with his new 52 8N. I asked him years ago to show me how it mounted but, that never happened. I can't find any brackets that look like they go with it. There are two pipes on each side of the tractor that look like they go from the front to rear axles. There is a link that looks like it goes from the three point arms past your legs and to a pivot point between the floor boards and front axle. The shovel and shank do not raise and lower, they pivot 90 degrees. There is only one shovel on each side of the row and you still use the one on the three point hitch to take care of what the front didn't get. I would like to get this mounted and maybe take it to a couple shows. Other than the one I have, I have never seen or heard of one. If anyone has any information or literature, I would sure appreciate it if you would help me out on this. Thanks


Look anything like either of these?

TOH




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half track

11-01-2010 17:56:46
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 Re: front mount cultivator for an 8N in reply to TheOldHokie, 11-01-2010 14:49:42  
That last photo looks to have that "pith" helmet or hat that was mentioned in a prior post.

Jason



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POOR BOY

11-01-2010 17:38:31
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 Re: front mount cultivator for an 8N in reply to TheOldHokie, 11-01-2010 14:49:42  
DO YOU HAVE THE COMPLETE MANUEL. I WOULD LIKE A COPY IF IT IS POSSIBLE. I HAVE THE FRONT SPRING PART AND THE BARS THAT GO TO THE REAR BUT NEED TO MAKE BRACKET TO USE ON A REAR 3 PT CULTIVATOR
THANKS POOR BOY



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heybusdriver

11-01-2010 19:42:56
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 Re: front mount cultivator for an 8N in reply to POOR BOY, 11-01-2010 17:38:31  
Go to the other N site, Ed Gooding has manuals for everything , free download.


Happy Tractoring
Stan
1949 8N146710 1949 8N179555
1949 8N197904
1949 8N199000
1950 8N254079
1951 8N362039



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